Dr. Schwartz's Coins

Trick by Martin Schwartz
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Dr. Schwartz's Coins

125.00 usd

Trick by Martin Schwartz ($125.00)

In stock. Order now — we'll send it first thing Monday morning
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A new mechanical marvel from Dr. Marty Schwartz that allows you to perform an audible transposition. Audiences will love this one. .

Two plastic tumblers and four half dollars are introduced. One of the tumblers is covered with a handkerchief and the half dollars are dropped into the other tumbler. This tumbler is also covered.

You then make the coins change places. But, instead of seeing it happen, the audience HEARS it happen. They can hear each coin traveling one by one. The perfect 5 second delay between each coin really helps amplify the drama and make each moment feel special.

Once the coins are done traveling, the hanks are removed and the coin are dumped out to show they did truly move from one tumbler to the other.

"Dr. Schwartz's Coins" is a precision-made gimmick that can easily be palmed in one hand. You'll get the gimmick, the tumblers, two handkerchiefs and photo instructions.

Coins not included.

 

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  • Christopher asks: Could the plastic tumblers be replaced with glass tumblers? Much better "ring" to glass.

    • 1. Jim answers: With some DIY effort with the right tumblers, yes.
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  • Ruedi asks: does this only work with half dollars? does it work with similar size coins as well? what is the range of the coins that can be used?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: You will need to use half dollars
  • Darren asks: Can this be performed in a close-up setting? And are these any angle issues?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It can be performed close-up. The only bad angles are from behind.
  • Darren asks: Thank you for answering my last question. Just one more thing, I can see how most of this works but am a little confused about where the four coins go from the first glass? Is this glass gimmicked? Thanks

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Yes, the glass is gimmicked
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